Every year around the tenth of November the sun, seen from Cesar Chavez Park, sets in the middle of the Golden Gate Bridge. (It does so again in February.) This year the predictable sight got a dramatic boost from a dark bank of fog that happened to bottom out just at the bridge’s deck, leaving a clear slot underneath. At exactly 5:05 the sun penetrated this narrow opening, profiling a set of narrow distant clouds and some ship traffic on the horizon.
I wasn’t the only person with a camera catching the event. Here are a few others, and there were more.